Phoenix, Arizona (PressExposure) February 18, 2011 -- CollegeAmerica's facility in Phoenix, Arizona has moved to a new location in the city. The branch campus of CollegeAmerica Flagstaff is now located at 9801 N Metro Parkway East, immediately off ofI-17.The relocated Phoenix campus sprawls over 34,000 square feet and houses ten classrooms, three laboratories, a 1,000 square foot library and a 2,000 square foot auditorium.
The facility provides access to a wide range of eating, shopping, and housing options for the students of CollegeAmerica.
The new campus currently offers the same programs as the prior location, but plans are in place to add more. The associate's degree in Computer Technology and the associate's of occupational studies degree in Medical Specialties that are offered at the Phoenix campus are intended to prepare students for direct entry into their fields after graduation.
Classes for these degree programs are held both during the day and evening, and begin every month to provide maximum flexibility to students. Prospective students must meet certain eligibility criteria and complete enrollment formalities before they can start school.
CollegeAmerica's Phoenix campus participates in the Title IV Federal Financial Aid program and helps students in accessing the federal grants and loans for which they are qualified. In addition, students can also avail themselves of support services at the campus, such as career planning and employment assistance.
Phoenix is a thriving economic and education center, and offers excellent employment opportunities to graduates in the fields of technology, healthcare, and business. The city is also a sporting, cultural, and architectural hub, drawing numerous visitors to its sunny environs each year.
CollegeAmerica has six campuses across Colorado, Wyoming, and Arizona. Arizona's second CollegeAmerica campus is located in Flagstaff.
For details on CollegeAmerica's new Phoenix campus, call at 1-800-622-2894 or visit http://www.collegeamerica.edu to request more information.